Ms Emily Li is a PhD candidate and research associate at the National Centre for Health Information Research and Training (NCHIRT). She is a recipient of the NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship 2011 and a former recipient of the QUT VC Research Scholarship, both awarded for her PhD research focusing on falls and fall-related injuries in midlife population. As part of her PhD she is an invited member of the Falls Research Working Group at Queensland Department of Health. She completed her Masters of Public Health in 2010 with a Health Promotion major. She is a member of Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA), and is a sitting member of the Scientific Program Committee for the 20th National AHPA Conference in 2011. Her research interests include falls prevention, product-related injuries and healthy ageing, and she brings extensive knowledge of public health policy development and implementation, analysing large morbidity coded data sets, injury surveillance system, and health promotion intervention development.
Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA)
Australian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN)
QUT VC Scholarship
NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship 2011
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